Can you use WhatsApp on two different devices now?



Instant messaging app WhatsApp is rolling out a new point for its users called companion mode by enabling it for some beta testers, WaBetaInfo reported.

The new point will allow druggies to link they’re being WhatsApp accounts to an Android tablet. This point is being released for mobile phones on Android beta.

The screenshot then shows that the druggies can fluently link their WhatsApp accounts to another mobile phone. The users will have to view the option in the enrollment screen to see if they can find the “Link a device” option there.

The users can use this point if the option shows up by connecting their WhatsApp account on a fresh mobile phone.

Once the account is linked, the converse history will be across the linked bias. still, some of the options — view live locales, manage broadcast lists and stickers — won’t be available as this is just a beta interpretation.

Indeed after using WhatsApp from the linked mobile phone, the exchanges will remain end-to-end translated. When someone sends a communication, it’ll be transferred to both the linked bias with encryption still saved.

The companion mode is available for some beta testers but will be available to further users over the coming weeks.

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